Keith Sweat

In late 1987, Keith Sweat came on the scene with his debut album, Make It Last Forever, which included one of his biggest hits, "I Want Her." The album went triple platinum. With his second LP, I'll Give All My Love to You, Sweat achieved much success and sold three million copies. Sweat continued to produce music on his own as well as with groups LSG, including Gerald Levert and Johnny Gill, and the all-female band Kut Klose. In 2007, Sweat became the host of the nationally syndicated radio show The Keith Sweat Hotel or The Quiet Storm With Keith Sweat  on WBLS in New York. In, 2010, Sweat released his tenth studio album, Ridin’ Solo.

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